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Per Cent Per Cent Per Cent for for for Materials Labor Subcontracts General Tal Rauhoff, Inc., Chicago 2 29 6 Plumbing The Nu-Way Contracting Corp., Chicago 5 26 1 Heating, Process Piping, Refrigeration, and Automatic Temperature Control The Nu-Way Contracting Corp., Chicago 5 26 1 Ventilation and Distribution Systems for Conditioned Air Reliable Sheet Metal Works, Inc., 5 27 5 Elk Grove Village Electrical G & M Electrical Contractors Co., Chicago 5 31 36 These contracts will be for work on projects estimated to cost less than $25,000. The several contractors bid on percentages to be added to an estimated volume of material, labor, and subcontractors, and the awards recommended are to the low bidders.

The work will be done as ordered by the Physical Plant Department and will be paid for on the basis of the actual cost of each job plus the contractors' fees.

No assignment of funds is requested, as each job will be covered by an individual work order charged against funds allocated for each project.

A schedule of bids received has been filed with the Secretary of the Board for record. Merchants Environmental Industries, Inc., the apparent low bidder for Divisions II, III and IV, and James P. Driscoll, Inc., the apparent low bidder for Division V, have stated that mathematical errors were made in preparing their proposals and have requested to withdraw their bids. After review ing the bids, the Physical Plant Department has determined that bona fide errors were made in the preparation of the bids which would result in substantial losses to the bidders. The Department recommends that these contractors be allowed to withdraw their bids and that the contracts be awarded to the next low bidders for each division of work. The University Counsel states that the University's Regulations permit the University to allow withdrawal of bids in such circumstances.

It is further recommended that the Vice President and Comptroller be authorized to approve work orders under these contracts up to $25,000 in each project.

On motion of Mr. Steger, these contracts were awarded and authority was given as recommended by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr.

Steger; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker.

CONTRACTS FOR REMODELING FOR THE SPECIAL P R O C E D U R E S

SUITE IN THE GENERAL HOSPITAL BUILDING, MEDICAL CENTER

(27) The President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends award of the following contracts for remodeling for a Special Procedures Suite on the third floor of the General Hospital building at the Medical Center campus, the award in each case being to the low

bidder on its base bid:

594 BOARD OF TRUSTEES [ June 19 General Work Nathan Linn & Sons, Inc., Chicago $180 994 Plumbing Peter H. Smith Company, Chicago 11 900 Heating, Air Conditioning, and Temperature Control Certified Mechanical Contractors, Inc., Chicago Ventilating Narowetz Heating and Ventilating Company, Melrose Park 88 388 Electrical G & M Electrical Contractors Co., Chicago Total $426 734 It is further recommended that all contracts other than the contract for General Work be assigned to the Contractor for General Work, making, the total of this contract $426,734, and that an agreement be entered into with Nathan Linn & Sons, Inc., for the assignment of the other contracts. The fee for this assignment is included in the base bid for the General Work.

Funds for this work are available in the University Hospital Revenue Income Account.

A schedule of the bids received has been filed with the Secretary of the Board for record.

On motion of Mr. Forsyth, these contracts were awarded by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Steger; -no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker.

CONTRACT FOR RESURFACING T H E ROOF O F T H E VETERINARY

CLINIC. LARGE ANIMAL UNIT. URBANA

(28) The President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends award of a contract in the amount of $38,459 to Hitchins Roofing Company, Inc., Urbana, the low bidder for replacement of the roofing surface and other miscellaneous roofing repair for the Veterinary Clinic, Large Animal Unit, at the Urbana campus.

Funds are available in the budget of the Operation and Maintenance Division.

On motion of Mr. Hahn, this contract was awarded by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes. Mr.

Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Steger; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr.

Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker.

INCREASE ARCHITECTURAL CONTRACT FOR T H E MEDICAL

RESEARCH LABORATORY ADDITION. MEDICAL CENTER

(29) The President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends that the contract with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Chicago, for the Medical Research Laboratory Addition at the Medical Center campus be increased in the amount of $22,000 for additional work due to the necessity for redesigning the caissons and other work resulting thereafter.





Funds are available in state capital appropriations to the University and have been released by the Governor.

On motion of Mr. Howard, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr.

Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Steger; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr.

Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker. Mr. Hahn asked to recorded as not voting.

1974] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS

REQUEST TO FOUNDATION TO EMPLOY ARCHITECTS FOR T H E

BENJAMIN GOLDBERG RESEARCH CENTER. MEDICAL CENTER

(30) On April 17, 1974, the Board of Trustees requested the University of Illinois Foundation to build "The Benjamin Goldberg Research Center" facility with funds received by the Foundation from the estate of the late Benjamin Goldberg.

The President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends that the Foundation be requested to employ Graham, Anderson, Probst & White, Inc., Chicago, for complete architectural and engineering services for this project at a fee of 8 per Cent of the actual construction cost. The fee includes cost estimating services and full-time field supervision.

Funds are available in the Foundation from the estate of the late Benjamin Goldberg.

The Buildings and Grounds Committee has approved the selection of this firm.

O n motion of Mr. Livingston, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr.

Livingston, M r s. Rader, Mr. Steger; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr.

Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker. Mr. H a h n asked to be recorded as not voting.

EXTENSION OF LEASE AT 6 2 7 - 1 / 2 S O U T H W R I G H T STREET.

CHAMPAIGN (31) The President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends that the University of Illinois Foundation be requested to enter into an agreement extending the present lease of approximately 2,692 net assignable square feet on the second floor of 627i/£ South Wright Street, Champaign, from July 1, 1974, through June 30, 1976, at an annual rental of $5,475, and to sublease the property to the University, subject to the availability of funds, on a fiscal year basis. The lease will provide for an option in the Foundation to extend the lease upon the same terms and conditions for two additional single-year periods.

Funds for the rental payments for FY1975 will be included in the operating budget of the Operation and Maintenance Division and will be requested on an annual basis thereafter.

O n motion of Mr. Howard, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. H a h n, Mr. Howard, Mr.

Hughes, Mr. Livingston, M r s. Rader, M r. Steger; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker.

EXTENSION OF LEASE AT 2 6 EAST SPRINGFIELD A V E N U E.

CHAMPAIGN (32) The President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends that the University of Illinois Foundation be requested to enter into an agreement extending the present lease of approximately 6,103 net assignable square feet on the second floor of 26 East Springfield Avenue, Champaign, from July 1, 1974, through June 30, 1977, at an annual rental of $9,000, and to sublease the property to the University, subject to the availability of funds, on a fiscal year basis.

Funds for the rental payments for FY1975 will be included in the operating budget of the Operation and Maintenance Division and will be requested on an annual basis thereafter.

O n motion of Mr. Steger, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. H a h n, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Livingston, M r s. Rader, Mr. Steger; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker.

596 [June 19

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

LEASE O F SPACE FOR DIVISION O F SERVICES FOR CRIPPLED

CHILDREN (33) The Chancellor at the Medical Center campus, in consultation with the appropriate campus administrative officers, recommends the execution of an extension of lease for office space (Suites 540 and 542 in lies Park Place at Sixth and Ash Streets in Springfield, Illinois) for the Division of Services for Crippled

Children subject to the availability of funds, as follows:

Lessor: Illinois National Bank & Trust Co., Springfield 1973-74 1974-75 Annual Costs: $35,842.62 $37,674.00 Area: 6,279 sq. ft. 6,279 sq. ft.

Rates: $5.25/sq. ft. $6.00/sq. ft.

I month 12 months $5.72/sq. ft.

II months The extension of the lease is for a one-year period (July 1, 1974-June 30,

1975) and covers all costs. The increase is due to increases in the costs of utilities and labor, and in real estate taxes.

Funds have been requested in the operational budget of the Division of Services for Crippled Children.

I concur.

On motion of Mrs. Rader, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr.

Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Steger; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr.

Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker. Mr. Hahn asked to be recorded as not voting.

LEASE W I T H UNIVERSITY O F ILLINOIS F O U N D A T I O N

FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER.

MT. MORRIS (34) The President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends entering into a lease with the University of Illinois Foundation for a building consisting of 7,000 gross square feet of clinic and office space for the College of Medicine, Rockford School of Medicine, Mt.

Morris Community Health Center, at a total annual rental of $35,830. The lease will commence at the time the Foundation has completed the construction of the facility, which is estimated to be January 1, 1975, until June 30, 1975, with an option in the University to renew the lease upon the same terms and conditions for five additional single-year periods.

The University will operate this community health center and will be responsible for all costs of operation and maintenance under the above-mentioned lease, except for property insurance and real estate taxes.

Funds for rental and operation and maintenance are available in the Medical Service Plan of the College of Medicine.

O n motion of Mr. H o w a r d, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. H a h n, M r. H o w a r d, Mr.

Hughes, Mr. Livingston, M r s. Rader, Mr. Steger; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker.

EXTENSION O F SUBLEASE AGREEMENT REGARDING KRANNERT

CENTER FOR T H E PERFORMING ARTS. URBANA

(35) The Board of Directors of the University of Illinois Foundation on June 6, 1974, authorized the borrowing of approximately $2 million to provide funds for corrective work at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts. This work is considered necessary to correct deficiencies and to eliminate further deterioration and damage to the facilities.

1974] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 597 It is desired that the Foundation proceed with the corrective work. Accordingly, I recommend that the Comptroller and the Secretary of the Board of Trustees be authorized to execute an amendment to the Sublease Agreement dated August 1, 1966, with the Foundation to provide for an extension of the sublease renewal option period at the same annual rental on a fiscal year basis, subject to the availability of funds, until the Foundation loan for the corrective work is amortized either from the rental payments or from the proceeds of the current litigation, which the Foundation and University agree will be applied to the payment of said loan but in no event beyond June 30, 1986. I further recommend that said officers be authorized to_ execute such other documents as they deem necessary or appropriate in connection with the transaction.

On motion of Mr. Hahn, authority was given as recommended by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr.

Hughes, Mr. Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Steger; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker.

A M E N D M E N T TO AGREEMENT FOR USE OF URBANA CITY DUMP

(36) The President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends authorization to amend the "Agreement Concerning Cost of Operations of the City Dump of Urbana, Illinois" with the City of Urbana, to provide for a payment of $12,000 to the City as the University's share of the costs of expanding the dumping area to provide for needed additional capacity. This payment would be in the same proportionate share (30 per cent) as is now being made under the terms of the agreement with the city for the net costs of operation of the present dump area. The City of Urbana has purchased approximately ten acres of land adjoining the present dump grounds at a cost of $40,000 for the operation of the dump. The University will share in the same proportion in any payment ultimately received from the later sale by the City of the property for other use.

Funds are available in the budget of the Operation and Maintenance Division.

On motion of Mr. Howard, authority was given as recommended by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr.

Hughes, Mr. Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Steger; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker.

PURCHASES (37) The President submitted, with his concurrence, a list of purchases recommended by the Directors of Purchases and the Vice President for Planning and Allocation.

The list of purchases was presented in two categories: purchases from appropriated funds (i.e., from state appropriations to the University) and purchases from institutional funds. The latter term designates funds received by the University under contracts with the United States government, contracts with private corporations and other organizations, funds from foundation grants, and grants from corporations and other donors, and University revolving funds authorized by law.

The total amounts of these purchases were:

From Appropriated Funds Recommended $1 455 642 92 From Institutional Funds Recommended 5 168 502 67 Grand Total $6 624 145 59 A complete list of the purchases, with supporting information, including the quotations received, was sent to each member of the Board in advance of the meeting, and a copy is being filed with the Secretary of the Board for record.

On motion of Mr. Forsyth, the purchases recommended were authorized by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, 598 [June 19

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Mr. Hughes, Mr. Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Steger; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker.

STATE UNIVERSITIES' COOPERATIVE PURCHASES

(38) In recent months the state universities have been developing a coordinated purchasing plan to jointly bid and purchase commodities commonly used by all the universities when cooperative bidding will provide an economic and service advantage.

In January 1974, the Illinois Joint Council on Higher Education agreed to establish a purchasing division under the Illinois Educational Consortium for Computer Services (IECCS) to plan and implement joint bidding and purchasing procedures. This planning and development work is under way but not sufficiently advanced to be operative at this point.

In the interim, it has been suggested that an experimental cooperative bidding program should go forward because of constraints relating to seasonal requirements, fiscal periods, and unusual market conditions. To this end, the University of Illinois in conjunction with members of the Illinois Public University Purchasing Association has solicited collective bids using common specifications for replacement lamps, X-ray films, and computer tapes. Solicitations were conducted in accordance with the sealed bid procedures of the Illinois Purchasing Act. The low bids received for the three basic commodities are acceptable and monetarily advantageous to all universities. The period of acquisition is July 1, 1974, through June 30, 1975.

Each participating university purchasing officer has been asked to obtain approval of his respective administration and/or governing board for its portion of the combined bids. It is understood that all purchases resulting from these pilot procedure bids will be placed and administered directly with the low bidder by each participating university.

The University Director of Purchasing and the Vice President for Planning and Allocation recommend approval of the specific portions of the combined bids relating to the University of Illinois. The estimated total amount of the University of Illinois portion of the three commodity purchases is $243,822.65.

I concur.

A complete list of the purchases, with supporting information, including the quotations received, was sent to each member of the Board in advance of the meeting, and a copy is being filed with the Secretary of the Board for record.

On motion of Mr. Hahn, the purchases recommended were authorized by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Steger; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Mr. Swain, Governor Walker.

REPORT O F PURCHASES APPROVED BY T H E VICE PRESIDENT

FOR PLANNING A N D ALLOCATION

(39) The Vice President^ for Planning and Allocation also submitted a report of purchases approved by him on recommendation of the Directors of Purchases in amounts of $7,500 to $10,000, and a report of bids taken in behalf of the Capital Development Board. A copy of this report is filed with the Secretary.

This report was received for record.

T H E C O M P T R O L L E R ' S MONTHLY REPORT

O F CONTRACTS EXECUTED

(40) The Comptroller's monthly report of contracts executed was presented.

Medical Center New Contracts Amount to be Paid by the With Whom Purpose University Valley Outpost Health Clinic Professional services of the Valley Outpost Clinic $ 5 550 Organization, Inc.

$ 5 550 Total 1974] U N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S

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Bonds of 1951 (Medical Center) Purchase: Per Cent $100 000 U.S. Treasury bills due 3/21/74 5.58 $99 583 33 Illini Union and Health Center

Purchase:

$43 000 U.S. Treasury 5VB per cent notes due 2/15/75 6.27 42 841 75 T h i s report was received for record.

DELEGATION O F SIGNATURES

(43) At each annual meeting, the Board adopts a resolution authorizing the President and the Secretary to delegate to specified individuals the signing of their names, as officers of the Board, to vouchers to be presented to the State Comptroller and to warrants drawn on the Treasurer of the University.

In order to implement the Comptroller's Act of 1972, the Secretary requests that the Board amend the resolution approved at the annual meeting on March 20 to read as follows:

Resolved that the President of the Board of Trustees is authorized to delegate to such individuals as he may designate from time to time authority to sign his name as President of the Board of Trustees to vouchers presented to the State Comptroller and authority to sign his name to warrants on the University Treasurer covering vouchers approved in accordance with regulations approved by the Board; and Resolved further that the Secretary of the Board of Trustees is authorized to delegate to such individuals as he may designate from time to time authority to sign his name as Secretary of the Board of Trustees to vouchers presented to the State Comptroller and to warrants on the University Treasurer covering vouchers approved in accordance with regulations of the Board.

O n motion of M r. Steger, this recommendation was approved.

RENAMING O F UNIVERSITY BAND BUILDING AS " H A R D I N G

BAND B U I L D I N G, " URBANA (44) Upon the recommendation of the Director of University Bands, the Executive Committee, and the Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts, and with the endorsement of the Chancellor at the Urbana-Champaign campus, I recommend that the building presently known as the University Band Building be renamed Harding Band Building.

Albert Austin Harding served the University of Illinois for forty-three years, retiring in 1948 as Director of University Bands and Professor of Music Emeritus. An Illinois alumnus who completed studies in the fields of engineering and music, Director Harding influenced many generations of students, trained hundreds of musicians, and pioneered in music composition for bands and in the development of band organization. At the time of his death, in 1958, Director Harding had received recognition as one of the most noted bandmasters of our country.

O n motion of M r. H o w a r d, this recommendation was approved.

ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM T H E PRESIDENT OF T H E BOARD

FUTURE MEETINGS

President Hughes called attention to the schedule of regular meetings for the remainder of the year: July 17, Urbana-Champaign; August, Executive Committee Meeting (to be scheduled as needed); September 18, Allerton Park; October 16, Rockford; November 13, Chicago Circle;

December 18, Urbana-Champaign.

President Hughes also announced that an Executive Session had been requested and was being ordered for consideration of acquisition of property, pending litigation, and employment matters.

[June 19 604 BOARD OF TRUSTEES

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Stupp, G. B., Jr., invention, patent rights, Tanner, G. E., appointment, 383 release to inventor, 133 Tarpey, Karen T., appointment, 194, 498 Suarez, A., presentation to the Board concern- Task Force for Health Care Planning (Medical ing Latino community relationships, 549 Center), See Health Care Planning, Task Sukel, W. M., appointment, 186 Force for Sullivan, J. P., member of advisory committee, Tatooles, C. J., appointment, 401 128 Tatsuoka, M., appointment, 197, 477 Sullivan, W. H., appointment, 190 Tauxe, G. W., appointment, 352 Sullivan, Zohreh, appointment, 93 Taylor, C. E., appointment, 200, 481 Summer quarter, Chicago Circle, appointments, Taylor, D. J., appointment, 485 185, 491 Taylor, D. Q., appointment, 59, 495 Taylor, J., presentation to the Board, 34 budget, 185, 475, 491 Taylor, W. M., appointment, 383, 491 Medical Center, appointments, 193, 498 Taylor Street (Chicago), property at 2035 West, budget, 193, 475, 491 Summer session, Urbana, appointments, 194, leases, 28, 361 476 Teacher Education in Computer Science (Urbudget, 194, 475 bana), major, graduate, established, 19 Summers, R. L., member of advisory commit- Teacher Education m Italian (Chicago Circle), tee, 321 major, undergraduate, established, 18 Sumption, M. R., appointment, 196 Teacher Education in Junior College MatheSun Ray Lighting Services Corp., contracts, matics (Urbana), major, graduate, established, 20 Sundaram, S., appointment, 496 Teacher Education in Latin (Chicago Circle), Superintendent of Public Instruction, See Illi- major, undergraduate, established, 18 nois State Office of the Superintendent of Teacher Education in Polish (Chicago Circle), Public Instruction major, undergraduate, established, 403 Supervisory control systems, contracts, Chicago minor, undergraduate, established, 403 Circle, Addams Hall, installation, 253 Technical University of Munich, tuition waivers Burnham Hall, installation, 253 for exchange students in reciprocal proTaft Hall, installation, 253 grams with Urbana, 24 Medical Center, Administrative Office Build- authorization, 270 ing, installation, 135 Tedeschi, J., appointment, 61 Suppe, F. R., appointment, 207 Teeple, Janet B., appointment, 328, 490 leave of absence, 270 Teitelbaum, P., appointment, 242 Surgery, Department of (Peoria School of Television, cable service, contract, Urbana, 298 Television, Radio and (Urbana), See Radio Medicine), established, 534 Surgical fees, See Hospital-medical-surgical fees and Television Surgical Institute, Illinois (Medical Center), Teller, P. R., appointment, 192 See Illinois Surgical Institute leave of absence, 514 Surveying Building (Urbana), contract, re- Telot, G. J., appointment, 383 pairs, general, change, 140 Temaner, G., director of Community Video Sushrasky, L., appointment, 192, 497 Access Project, 215 Suter, R. H., authority to sign name of Presi- Temperature control work, contracts, Chicago dent of Board, 181, 471 Circle, minor remodeling and new conSutton, R. M., appointment, 41 struction, 593 Swain, T. W., elected member of Executive Medical Center^ Dentistry-Medicine-Pharmacy Committee, 180, 470 Building, air conditioning system, change, elected temporary chairman of annua] meet- 306 ing, 180, 470 anatomy museum, air conditioning sysIllinois State Board of Higher Education tem, change, 333 representative, 235, 238 General tHospital, blood bank, air condimember of committees, 234, 530 tioning system, change, 31 member of Trustees Distinguished Service special procedures suite, remodeling, 594 Medallion Award Committee, 341, 530 Hospital Addition, air conditioning system, State Universities Retirement System repre- change, 79 sentative, 235, 238, 530 floor^ kitchens, remodeling, air conditionSwanson, D. L., appointment, 208, 488 f ing system, change, 79 Swanson, J. A., appointment, 485 Illinois Neuropsychiatric Institute, air conleave of absence, 508 ditioning system, changes, 79 Sweeney, D. C, appointment, 209 remodeling, changej 365 Sweet, L., member of advisory committee, 39 Illinois Surgical Institute, orthopedics deSweetser, F. P., leave of absence, 224 partment remodeling, 300 Sweetser, Marie-Odile, leave of absence, 224 minor remodeling and new construction, Synnestvedt, R., Jr., member of advisory com- 593 mittee, 39 Staff Apartments, automatic thermostatic Systems Engineering, Department of (Chicago control valve installation, change, 413 Circle), budget, summer quarter, 188, 492 Student Residence Hall, thermostatic conSystems Service Unlimited, Inc., contracts, 452, trol valve installation, change, 523 541 Urbana, Veterinary Medicine Hospital BuildSzepe, S., appointment, 492 ings, 77 Temperley, N,, appointment, 482 Templeton, Mrs. W. C, member of advisory Taber, M. A., appointment, 210 committee, 321 member of Center for Advanced Study, 586 member of University Citizens Committee, Tachau, F., appointment, 497 Taft Hall (Chicago Circle), contract, superviTemporary chairman, annual meeting, election, sory control system, installation, 253 Taira, K., leave of absence, 216 180, 470 Takayama, T., leave of absence, 504 Teng & Associates, contract, 522 Takeuti, G., member of Center for Advanced Tenner, N. N., member of advisory committee, Study, 451 57 Talbot, E.

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